Today’s Headlines

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  • Climate change is making drought in Western states worse—now, not in some far-off future (KPBS)
  • There are better ways to get around town (bikes, duh) (NY Times)
  • Santa Rosa bicyclists ride to promote safety (Press Democrat)
  • Oakland’s most dangerous intersection for pedestrians gets a new signal (KALW)
  • Bakersfield approves high-speed rail station plans (Railway Age)
  • San Francisco seeks 100% electric bus fleet by 2035 (EcoWatch)
  • Gas tax funds approved:
  • What kind of house $5k will buy around the state, and how that shapes where we move (CalMatters)
  • Senators propose $5 billion plan to house the homeless (SF Chronicle)
  • Berkeley City Council further eases process for granny flats (Berkeleyside)
  • One woman’s plan to solve the Bay Area’s housing crisis: 10,000 tiny backyard homes (East Bay Times)

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Today’s Headlines

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More California headlines at Streetsblog LA and Streetsblog SF

Today’s Headlines

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  • Caltrans wants input on a proposal to create a “part-time” travel land in Pismo Beach (San Luis Obispo.com)
  • Maybe someone could sing them a song about induced demand? (Oregon Live)
  • High Speed Rail board approves business plan (NBC)
  • FlixBus coming to California (The Drive)
  • Oh, great, it’s Infrastructure Week (CityLab)
  • Fair share housing “burden” and putting teeth in RHNA (Lisa Schweitzer)
  • Trump quietly cancels NASA research tracking GHG emissions (Science Magazine)
  • Judge strikes down Oakland ban on coal through its port (Salt Lake Tribune)

More California headlines at Streetsblog LA and Streetsblog SF

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